Learn how to protect your retirement savings.
How to open a Precious Metals IRA in 3 easy steps
2. Fund your account
A precious metals retirement-protection plan from Gold Alliance begins with a transfer of funds from your current qualified retirement plans (such as a 401(k), a 401(a), a 403(b), a 457, Thrift Savings Plans, and annuities) to your self-directed IRA’s custodian account, which will be in your name. Gold Alliance does not hold your funds or your precious metals—only you can control your account.
With our wealth of experience, we’re here to guide you through this process every step of the way. Remember, to achieve portfolio diversification and protection of your finances, you need to diversify a portion of your wealth—not your entire wealth—into gold and silver.
We’ll also make sure to eliminate the potential for errors in the transaction process. The best way to guarantee you perform your transfer or rollover correctly is by calling one of our Gold IRA experts for a free consultation and let us guide you through this process.
3. Select gold and silver approved for IRA investment
All that’s left to do is to stock your Gold IRA account with precious metal investments. By talking to your dedicated Account Executive, you can find out which gold and silver coins and bars are performing the best and what your options are if you want to diversify your portfolio by branching out into platinum and palladium.
When you roll over your IRA into precious metals, you’re securing your own retirement protection:
• You protect your retirement savings from currency devaluations.
• You shield your savings against the effects of inflation.
• You preserve your savings against economic crisis.
With one of Gold Alliance’s Precious Metals IRAs, you don’t get a flimsy piece of paper stating you own an interest in gold, nor are you saddled with the extortionate operating costs that come with gold ETFs. You get physical gold—a durable, proven asset in the face of volatile markets.